[Gtk-sharp-list] Executing Shell commands
zaizeku at gmail.com
Sun Jun 7 20:36:46 EDT 2009
Matt Guo wrote:
> Hey, Zaizeku,
> The "rm" is the command, and the "-r /home/zaizeku/Desktop/test.txt"
> is the arguments.
> So following code shall be work:
> pipes.StartInfo.FileName = "rm";
> pipes.StartInfo.Arguments = "-r /home/zaizeku/Desktop/test.txt";
> Moreover, if you want to execute a complex command, I think "sh" (i.e.
> /usr/bin/sh) would be better than "gnome-terminal",
> and the code would be:
> Process pipes = new Process();
> string command = "rm -r /home/zaizeku/Desktop/test.txt";
> string tmpScript = "/tmp/cmd.txt";
> File.WriteAllText(tmpScript , command);
> pipes.StartInfo.FileName = "sh";
> pipes.StartInfo.Arguments = tmpScript ;
> BTW, ur question is not related to gtk-sharp, I think the mono
> mail-list is a better place to ask such question.
Thank you so much you solved my problem, and sorry I thought the question
was relevant here, well anyway thanks for taking your time to actually
answer my question I really appreciate it =)
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